Adjective(1) morally obligatory
(1) Some may even forget that they have an inner self and it is their bounden duty to protect and nurture it for a peaceful life.(2) Or would they regard it as their bounden duty to safeguard the state and prevent more of their citizens from being annihilated by all possible means?(3) I'm sorry to have to be writing in such a tone, but facts are facts and the undeniable fact is that the traders have just walked away and abandoned what I believe is their bounden duty of contributing towards the Christmas lights.(4) To be in service of the country's destiny is the Government's honour and its bounden duty .(5) It was the bounden duty of the hierarchy to make the necessary arrangements even to help them get some refreshments for the players after the match.(6) Mostly so far I have been failing in my bounden duty .(7) The waste of a country's most precious assets - the talent and energy of its people - makes it the bounden duty of government to seek a real and lasting cure.(8) Consequently, it is the bounden duty of the Centre to ensure that no State acts unilaterally.(9) I hope, Helen, you won't think it your bounden duty to compose your face and manners.(10) Jonathan, too, held it his bounden duty to entertain me with his lighter anecdotes of his travels on the Continent, and I began to feel more kindly towards him than I had for the past twelve months.
(1) bounden :: bounden
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